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The Pilot Season Winner Returns!

Twilight Guardian, the lone defender of her suburban neighborhood, has often longed for contemporaries to share crime-fighting tactics with. When she is invited to a local comic convention to join a league of Real Life Superheroes, Twilight Guardian becomes embroiled in solving a heinous crime that will require their collective talents to solve!

Eisner-nominated creator and writer Troy Hickman (Common Grounds) and talented up-and-coming artist Siddharth Kotian (Eat The Dead) continue the highly anticipated four-issue mini-series.

Story by Troy Hickman
Art by Siddharth Kotian
Cover by John Tyler Christopher

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.9%


  1. Loved the first issue.  Hope this one keeps it going.  Kinda disappointed that it’s only a 4 issue mini.  I don’t recall hearing that previously.

  2. I too wish this was more than just four issues. I love the character and series so much, but I think its better suited to an ongoing. My sole problem with the first issue was that the events seemed a bit rushed and it would be nice for everything to just have a bit more breathing room. But its understandable since the whole story Hickman wants to tell has to be fit into the four issues.

  3. I too loved the first issue. Hopefully we will get more of TG if this does well and we’ll see her again. A very interesting book.

  4. I did a two-part interview with Troy for Part 1 is up and part 2 is coming shortly. Go here to listen to it:

  5. I need help i`m between this one and Marineman, i can`t keep the both in my pull list. so what do you guys think?

  6. @optra08  Why not both?  I’d almost lean toward Marineman since it’s an ongoing and you’ll get more out of it.  This one only has 2 more after this one.

  7. @optra08  Do one in trade and the other in singles.

  8. Hey, optra08, I’m asking you to buy Twilight Guardian. Do you see Ian Churchill anywhere around here? 😉

  9. Hee! Yes thanks guys, both it is!

  10. This ended in such a way that I have no clue where it’s going. I thought I had this book figured out. I probably don’t.

  11. Eventually it’s going to turn out that Twilight Guardian’s whole life was a dream had by Patrick Duffy in the shower, or the daydreams of an autistic child…

  12. I loved this! Ended up being my POTW. 

  13. This issue was good, but not as good as the first one. In some ways, this issue was sort of boring as well. It was a lot more interesting when she was patroling the neighborhood – it was like anything might happen, maybe something important or danngerous. This issue, not so much. Taking her out of her environment didn’t work so much for me.  To me, TG and her friends were kind of pathetic. Maybe the target audience is cosplayers that go to cons (and this is coming from a comic geek, please don’t take offense), 4/5

  14. I was hoping for some dialog. I kind of want to see things from other perspectives. I’m guessing this might be what happens in the final issue. Good read nonetheless.

    The average rating of this book is 9. Out of 5, that’s pretty good. 🙂

  15. You’ll have to wait for the Twilight Guardian Eighty Page All-Dialog Special…

  16. @TroyH  Pfft, you’ll just pad it with reprints. 😛

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